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True Leaders Need Connection, Vulnerability, Courage, Gratitude And Authenticity

True Leaders Need Connection, Vulnerability, Courage, Gratitude And Authenticity | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Why should true leaders display Vulnerability, Courage, Gratitude and Authenticity?

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El valor de la humildad

El valor de la humildad | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Soberbios, sabios por naturaleza..., creemos que nuestra forma de vivir es la que vale. Máscaras de la vida moderna que nos engañan y dificultan la posibilidad de seguir creciendo
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What Great Leaders Know: Sharing Power Builds Trust and Loyalty

What Great Leaders Know: Sharing Power Builds Trust and Loyalty | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Editor’s Note: Readers sometimes ask about past TLNT articles. That’s why we republish a Classic TLNT post every Friday. This is not a deep psychology dive on ego and power in business leadership, which is a huge topic.


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#HR #RRHH Forget Time #Management... Focus on Time #Leadership

#HR #RRHH Forget Time #Management... Focus on Time #Leadership | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Being busy is a problem. Not necessarily because we can’t seem to get everything done but more because we use it as an excuse. Bob Talbert states it this way, “Have you noticed that even the busiest people are never too busy to take time to tell you how busy they are?” In fact, I think we wear busy as a badge of honor to show others just how important we are. But this is a dilemma that we have long struggled with in management and leadership circles. How do we best organize our time to reduce our busy schedules into manageable chunks? This is the wrong question to ask. It reinforces the old notion that time controls us… when in fact, we control time. Instead of thinking that you only have 24 hours in a day, realize this is more than enough time to do everything you need to do.


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John Lasschuit ®™'s curator insight, July 11, 2:59 PM

Hampton Hopkins about time #leadership

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#RRHH #Empresas Afirman que se puede preservar el conocimiento aunque los empleados se vayan

#RRHH #Empresas Afirman que se puede preservar el conocimiento aunque los empleados se vayan | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Según Daniel Piqué, la gestión del conocimiento es la nueva estrategia que ninguna empresa que apueste al crecimiento y la expansión puede dejar de lado

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El Blog de @Judimat : ¿Ya tienes la respuesta?

El Blog de @Judimat : ¿Ya tienes la respuesta? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

A veces ocurre y cuando menos te lo esperas, en apenas unos minutos, las piezas del puzzle se vuelven a colocar. Sin apenas hacer nada, o al menos tu crees que no has hecho nada, tan sólo dejar de dar vueltas a lo mismo, sencillamente, has dejado de pensar. Cansada de buscar respuestas que gusten a los demás, que abarquen todo y que no te hagan elegir para no perder, enfocada en eso, en lo que pierdes cuando decides y ni siquiera te fijas en lo que sí vas a ganar, llega un momento en el que te rindes, tocas fondo y sólo hay una opción: dejar espacio a la emoción, sentirte,escucharte...parar, observar, vivir.

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Change #Management is dead: Long Live Change #Leadership

Change #Management is dead: Long Live Change #Leadership | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
I remember back in the 1990's when I became a project manager. I especially remember my first project management course, in 1991, where the instructor dramatically announced that more than 50% of
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#RRHH La trampa del Ego: Las 4 etapas de la evolución del lado oscuro del #liderazgo. vía @Grandespymes

#RRHH La trampa del Ego: Las 4 etapas de la evolución del lado oscuro del #liderazgo. vía @Grandespymes | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
por Miguel Cané. Si existe algo en común que tienen todos los líderes es el dominio del ego. El ego simplemente significa “yo” y es muchísima la información que existe alrededor de su efecto y defi...
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#RRHH Porque el riesgo cambia tu mundo y te cambia a ti. El premio eres tú por @MerceRoura

#RRHH Porque el riesgo cambia tu mundo y te cambia a ti. El premio eres tú por @MerceRoura | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
A veces hay que arriesgar aunque sepas que vas a perder. Aunque tengas claro que no llevas las mejores cartas y que la partida está decidida. Aunque creas que vas a hacer el ridículo y después vaya...
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Don't Sideline Your Personal Goals

Don't Sideline Your Personal Goals | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

To feel successful in the workplace, it is critical to consider what we personally hope to learn or achieve. Yet, after we settle into a role, we barely broach the topic. 


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Never too late to identify targets and evaluate progress, says Maria Gottschalk.

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#RRHH Las #empresas necesitan adaptarse a los nuevos entornos via @retailmeeting @cramirezsanc

#RRHH Las #empresas necesitan adaptarse a los nuevos entornos via @retailmeeting @cramirezsanc | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Os presentamos el video realizado por BBVA sobre los cambios que estamos viviendo y como las compañias deben adapatarse a los nuevos entornos.
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#RRHH Los 10 Principios Elementales de la #MarcaPersonal

#RRHH Los 10 Principios Elementales de la #MarcaPersonal | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Una aventura en la búsqueda esencial del personal branding a través de la marca personal. A partir de la filosofía, psicología, coaching y el marketing
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#RedesSociales #socialmedia 11 reglas prácticas para mejorar los posts de tu #blog

#RedesSociales #socialmedia 11 reglas prácticas para mejorar los posts de tu #blog | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Tener un blog profesional tiene muchas ventajas. Te ayuda a crear reputación online, a definir tu identidad digital, a potenciar tus habilidades y a ampliar tu red de contactos.

Hay casos de personas que incluso han encontrado trabajo gracias a su blog. Un blog puede convertirse en una buena herramienta para potenciar tu carrera y ayudarte a dar un salto profesional. Si tienes un blog o estás pensando en crear uno para potenciar tu imagen digital, estas 12 reglas te ayudarán a mejorar tus posts para conseguir que la gente quiera volver a por más.
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What if Quality Journalism Isn't?

What if Quality Journalism Isn't? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
By now you have probably already read the leaked Innovation Report from The New York Times. And if you haven't, you should. It provides a great overview of the challenges and thinking that are happening in the industry, not just for The New York Times, but for every newspaper and magazine.
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Changing How You Lead Change - Australian Institute of #Management Blog

Changing How You Lead Change - Australian Institute of #Management Blog | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Guest post by Jodie Nevid

Leading change is one of the most common problems leaders face.
There is a common misconception that people fear change, however it is rarely “change” itself that people fear. Fears are often related to people’s identify, comfort zones and beliefs. Learning to work with those three things can change everything.
Dilts’ Neurological Levels Pyramid is a great tool for leaders to explore because it can be a fantastic guide to leading change.
Let’s look at the 7 levels from bottom up:
Level 1 – Environment
When people are unhappy, the environment is often our first port of call. It could be the job, the organisation, the team, or even the location of a desk. There is an assumption that a change in environment will create an increase in happiness. Not so, because we take our unhappy selves with us! New workstations rarely solve the real issues.
Level 2 – Behaviour

When environmental change fails to lift morale, the logical place to improve seems to be behaviour. I see this done through team charters, agreed behaviours or a code of conduct. This can work, however it rarely sticks because people slip back to old ways. Frustration increases and we knock on the door of level three.
Level 3 – Skills
Frustration with a team’s failed attempt to live the charter often has leaders pulling out their hair, asking what it takes to get commitment. “Argh…It must be a skills gap!” An investment in training goes ahead, and if done well, improvements from some but not all take place. However, it is often only on the surface, because as we know, new skills don’t always stick!
Level 4 – Beliefs
All the skills in the world are no match for deep seeded limiting beliefs. Thoughts like ‘I could never do or say that’, or ‘that would never work here’ always come back to bite. This is where hope takes a hit and confusion sets in because when leaders have put their team through these steps all they can ask is, “Why doesn’t anything stick?”
It’s simple; if people don’t truly believe change is possible, their subconscious mind will continue to sabotage their own progress. Warning: trying to change someone’s beliefs can be incredibly difficult. Their beliefs are their truths. Don’t try to dissolve them – understand how they got there, because there’s usually a very logical reason!
Level 5 – Values
When you can find congruence between one’s values and the desired change, everything is easier. One of the best questions you can learn to ask your staff is “What really matters to you?” People become annoyed when they don’t feel understood or respected.
When you explore people’s values you can also look at their character strengths. The things people do well are most likely related to the things they hold valuable; it probably has some value in relation to the change as well.
Level 6 – Identity
When someone is in a resistant state I will focus the conversation back on them. “What do you believe to be true about yourself?” Is a great question and the answer can be challenging and enlightening as it shifts thought patterns.
A leader’s time is best spent coaching people to look within. Don’t make the mistake of waiting until after the fire when everyone is burnt. Teach people to find courage in ownership of their identity and give them the tools to change it for the better if they want to. Change can come quickly when people change the way they see themselves.
Level 7 – Purpose
In his book Drive, Daniel Pink identifies the three main motivators for people as: autonomy, mastery and purpose. The peak of Dilt’s pyramid is about that which is greater than self.
When people feel connected to a sense of purpose they will move heaven and earth. In fact, it is a connection to purpose that often gets in the way of change. When I ask people why they are resisting change, they often tell me they perceive the change as a threat to their purpose.
Experience has taught me that change is easier and faster when you start with conversations at the top of the pyramid. It has also taught me that most teams and organisations get bogged down at levels 1, 2 and 3. As you lead your people through the next change, why not take the short cut? It just might change the way you lead people through change!

Jodie Nevid is an international speaker, coach, consultant, facilitator and business owner who has worked with thousands of leaders across Australia and New Zealand. Jodie regularly speaks at conferences focused on self-development, personal growth, leadership and high performance. You can read more great articles by Jodie on her blog at The 7 Effect.
You may also be interested in joining AIM in Adelaide for the Women in Management High Tea on Thursday 14 August, where Jodie will be discussing the road less travelled.








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Don’t Stop Recruiting Employees Once They’re Hired

Don’t Stop Recruiting Employees Once They’re Hired | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Jon Bischke’s company, Entelo, makes it easier for companies to recruit new talent. Yet, the secret to success, he says, isn’t just finding the right people, but figuring out how to keep them.


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How Embracing Risk Is Vital For Your #Leadership

How Embracing Risk Is Vital For Your #Leadership | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

When it comes to business, no successful leader has made the big time by being overly hesitant and inhibited. Being bold and brash is not necessarily the key to success, but taking chances and embracing the notion of risk is. Playing it safe can certainly lead to profitability in the short term, but it greatly handicaps in the long term the growth of not just your business but also yourself, as a leader and, more importantly, as a person. Nobody looks up to those who shy off life’s challenges and are complacent with being just good enough in life and especially in business, and that’s how a leader who shuns risk taking comes across to their workforce and clientèle. It is a sign of weakness, and weakness and leadership are ultimately incompatible and a recipe for failure.


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Georgina Stewart connects taking #risks with #leadership

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#RRHH #Coaching #Psicología - Déjate fluir

#RRHH #Coaching #Psicología - Déjate fluir | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
¿Recuerdas la última vez que sentiste que el tiempo volaba y el mundo parecía haber desaparecido? Seguramente estabas en estado de “flujo”, que nos hace ser felices. Veamos cómo reforzarlo.
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#RRHH #Psicología Comportamiento personal: Los 5 efectos psicológicos que nos influencian.

#RRHH #Psicología Comportamiento personal: Los 5 efectos psicológicos que nos influencian. | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Nos gusta pensar que somos personas racionales y que las emociones toman el control solo de vez en cuando. Sin embargo, mientras más profundizamos en la mente humana, más nos damos cuenta de que nuestras decisiones, actitudes y comportamientos están determinados por numerosos factores, muchos de los cuales escapan a nuestra conciencia.

 

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#RRHH Funciones del #liderazgo vía @Grandespymes

#RRHH Funciones del #liderazgo vía @Grandespymes | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
por Angel Maza Lopez Las funciones que debe cumplir un dirigente están debidamente determinadas en los estatutos y reglamentos pertinentes, no obstante, en términos generales, dentro del liderazgo ...
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#RRHH #Empresas #Pymes Lo que todo directivo debería saber sobre la planificación estratégica via @GrandesPymes

#RRHH #Empresas #Pymes Lo que todo directivo debería saber sobre la planificación estratégica via @GrandesPymes | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
por Ramon Archanco La planificación estratégica esta muriendo... Al menos tal y como la conocemos. Esta ya no es suficiente para facilitarnos las decisiones rápidas que requieren los nuevos entorno...
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#Liderazgo #leadership How to Manage Your Employees' #Happiness (Yes, You Can)

On paper, employers and employees are supposed to be in alignment on both organizational and individual aspirations. It seldom happens in reality. Here's how to change that.
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#Coaching Forget The “To-Do” List, You Need A ‘Stop Doing’ List

#Coaching Forget The “To-Do” List, You Need A ‘Stop Doing’ List | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
If you were given a few years to live, how would your life change? More importantly, what would you stop doing? (What do you need to *stop* doing?

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David Hain's curator insight, July 11, 1:58 AM

If we can't alter 24 hours in every day, we need to stop doing some stuff to make more time for important stuff!

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I prefer a to be list. Who am I becoming today? That seems like a very important question.

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#RRHH #Empresas #Pymes Inteligencia de Negocios

#RRHH #Empresas #Pymes Inteligencia de Negocios | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
La inteligencia de negocios, no es una herramienta financiera-administrativa exclusiva de las grandes corporaciones. Más que un software, es un concepto que todo empresario debe utilizar.
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#RRHH "El cambio... es lo único que no cambia"

#RRHH "El cambio... es lo único que no cambia" | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Astrofísica y filosofía sánscrita: ¿qué las separa? Para la astrofísica, la conciencia es un azaroso precipitado tardío de la evolución del cosmos. Para la
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#RRHH Cultura de reconocimiento, lo que falta en las #empresas vía @GrandesPymes

#RRHH Cultura de reconocimiento, lo que falta en las #empresas vía @GrandesPymes | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
POR: Altonivel Uno de los más grandes dilemas de los directivos es cómo incrementar el compromiso de sus trabajares y con ello aumentar la calidad y productividad. Para muchos, el enigma está resue...
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